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Research groups at the University of Otago, Wellington

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ARCH Group (Applied Research on Communication in Health)

The ARCH Group (Applied Research on Communication in Health) studies all aspects of communication in health care.

Centre for Translational Research

The Centre for Translational Research is a central facility at the University of Otago, Wellington, designed to forge world-class research programmes that will accelerate the transfer of clinically-relevant scientific knowledge.

Epilepsy Research Group

The Epilepsy Research Group was established in 2007 and conducts clinical and genetic research into epilepsy in New Zealand.

Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit (RTRU)

The Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit (RTRU) offers programmes at Certificate, Diploma, Masters and PhD level.

Suicide and Mental Health Research Group

Contributes to knowledge, policy and services by conducting high quality research in the areas of mental health, mental illness and suicide prevention

Surgical Cancer Research Group (SCRG)

The Surgical Cancer Research Group (SCRG) is a multi-disciplinary translational research group focussed on solving clinical problems surrounding the surgical treatment of cancer.

The Wellington Asthma Research Group (WARG)

The Wellington Asthma Research Group is a multidisciplinary team of researchers based in the Department of Medicine at the University of Otago, Wellington.

Wellington Cardiovascular Research Group

The Wellington Cardiovascular Research Group undertakes basic science projects, translational research and clinical research into ischaemic heart disease, heart failure and cardiac arrhythmia.

Wellington Medical Technology Group

The Wellington Medical Technology Group is a multi-dicplinary research team developing clinical decision support technologies (software) and point of care medical devices (hardware).

WellSleep Sleep Investigation Centre

WellSleep Sleep Investigation Centre provides diagnosis and treatment for a variety of sleep disorders.

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